Physical Education

PHILOSOPHY

A physically educated person is one who has mastered the necessary movement skills to participate confidently in many different forms of physical activity, values physical fitness, and understands that both are intimately related to health and well-being.  

The Notre Dame curriculum addresses the student’s fundamental need for regular physical activity to remain healthy and promotes many of the attitudes and behaviors that reduce health risks, including development and understanding of the need for appropriate nutrition and exercise. 
- Personal Fitness - 9th Grade
- Recreational Sports - 9th Grade
- Weight Training - 9th Grade
- Introduction to Dance
- Dance I
- Lifetime Fitness and Recreation
- Team Sports
- Weight Training
- Advance Conditioning
- Baseball
- Basketball (Boys)
- Basketball (Girls)
- Football
- Softball
- Volleyball (Boys)
- Volleyball (Girls)
- Water Polo/Swimming (Boys)
- Water Polo/Swimming (Girls)
- Soccer (Boys)
- Tennis (Boys)
- Tennis (Girls)
- Cheerleading
- Cheerleading for 9th Grade

List of Courses

Basketball: 10th & 11th Grades

Personal Fitness & Health: 9th Grade

Football: 10th, 11th & 12th Grades

Volleyball: 10th, 11th & 12th Grades

Baseball: 10th, 11th & 12th Grades

Water Polo/Swimming: 10th, 11th & 12th Grades

Lifetime Fitness: 11th & 12th Grades

Team Sports: 10th, 11th & 12th Grades

Track & Field: 10th, 11th, & 12th